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Maximise the Power of Your Brain - Tony Buzan MIND MAPPING

Post by Jibrail on Wed Nov 28, 2007 2:44 pm

I like this Mind Map thingy, it looks quite interesting and effective! You should try it!

There are also many books produced by Tony Buzan (Author), he has great knowledge about the brain features and mechanism.
But there is one question i really want to ask him, who created this brain? With such functionailty and working process, that is so perfect (more like perfectly created!). Allah is indeed able to do all things!

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Darwin was clever (maybe a genius) but not clever enough to figure out that Allah exists! Maybe if he didnt resemble like a monkey he would have realised!
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Post by Ikrah on Sun Jan 27, 2008 4:48 pm

yeah, i heard tony buzan had very good books and were realy helpful, specailly for memory

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Post by Shifa on Thu Apr 10, 2008 8:33 am

Actually,memorize al Quraan will help a lot to memorize an others subjects.Memorize al Quraan is the main key for memorize everything.N it'll help u not easily to get forgetful when growing old.

Examples of this info;

I tend to forget things that interfere with my daily activities. Can you advice me any practice according to Quran and Sunnah that might help me?
Answer :
Praise be to Allaah.

It is human nature to be forgetful, as the Arab poet said:
“He is only called man (insaan) because of his forgetfulness (nasiyaan), and it is only called the heart (al-qalb) because it changes so rapidly (yataqallib).”

In the past they said that the first one to forget (awwal naasin) was the first man (awwal al-naas), meaning Adam, peace be upon him. Forgetfulness is something that varies from person to person according to each individual’s nature; some may be more forgetful than others. Some of the things that may help to combat forgetfulness are the following:


Keeping away from sin, because the bad effects of sin result in a bad memory and the inability to retain knowledge. The darkness of sin cannot co-exist with the light of knowledge. The following words were attributed to al-Shaafa'i, may Allaah have mercy on him:

“I complained to [my shaykh] Wakee’ about my bad memory, and he taught me that I should keep away from sin.

He said that knowledge of Allaah is light, and the light of Allaah is not given to the sinner.”

Al-Khateeb reported in al-Jaami’ (2/387) that Yahya ibn Yahya said: “A man asked Maalik ibn Anas, ‘O Abu ‘Abd-Allaah! Is there anything that will improve my memory?’ He said, ‘If anything will improve it, it is giving up sin.’”

When a person commits a sin, it overwhelms him and this leads to anxiety and sorrow which keeps him busy thinking about what he has done. This dulls his senses and distracts him from many beneficial things, including seeking knowledge.

Frequently remembering Allaah, may He be glorified, by reciting dhikr, tasbeeh (saying ‘Subhan Allaah’), tahmeed (‘Al-hamdu Lillaah’), tahleel (‘Laa ilaaha ill-Allaah’) and takbeer (‘Allaahu akbar’), etc. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “…And remember your Lord when you forget…” [al-Kahf 18:24]
Not eating too much, because eating too much makes one sleep too much and become lazy, and it dulls the senses, besides exposing one to the risk of physical diseases. Most of the diseases which we see result from food and drink.
Some of the scholars have mentioned certain foods which increase the memory, such as drinking honey and eating raisins and chewing certain kinds of gum resin. Imaam al-Zuhri said: “You should eat honey because it is good for the memory.”

He also said: “Whoever wants to memorize hadeeth should eat raisins.” (From al-Jaami’ by al-Khateeb, 2/394).

Ibraaheem ibn [sth. omitted] said, “You should chew resin gum, because it gives energy to the heart and gets rid of forgetfulness.” (From al-Jaami’ by al-Khateeb, 2/397).

As they mentioned, too much acidic food is one of the causes of laziness and weak memory.

Another thing that can help the memory and reduce forgetfulness is cupping (hijaamah) of the head, as is well known from experience. (For more information see Al-Tibb al-Nabawi by Ibn al-Qayyim). And Allaah knows best.



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Post by Jibrail on Thu Apr 10, 2008 12:10 pm

I enjoyed reading that, it has good information, i do reccomend everyone to read it.

Personally i try to increase my memory for future needs and increasement of knowledge (learning), it actually does make learning easier if your memory is good.

Apart from studying (education i.e maths) i practice increasing my memory, with Allah's permission (obviously), i take action such as attempting to remember playing cards back and forwared after laying them out infront of me (just moved onto 10 cards). I also try remembering nice verses of the Quran, and Dua that i really like, inshallah i will memorize all the Dua's. I also read a lot, these things help the memory neurons work better and faster, and like Shifa has said eariler a good diet will help a lot too.

If anyone is interested in inreasing their memory power, try reading the books from Dominic O Brien and Tony Buzan. It helps because of thier activities they provide you and methods they want you to apply.

Allah bless you all and help you with your memory. Very Happy
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Post by Shifa on Fri Apr 11, 2008 3:04 am

But unfortunately,i hate maths subject during my old days in high skool till now....u know something i always not done my homework.....LOL!!!
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Post by Jibrail on Sat Apr 12, 2008 7:30 am

LOL, thats not good news, Maths only gets interesting when you know what your doing, the first part is always the most boring and hardest part. Very Happy
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Post by Shifa on Fri Apr 18, 2008 4:50 am

Could u tell me how to get rid from dreaming when maths subject?Even though trying so hard to concentrate on the subject but in the end feel so sleepy when the teacher staring at me....LOL!![/img]
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